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How to Write a New York Times Bestseller in Ten Easy Steps (eBook Original) [Kindle Edition]

Jason Mulgrew
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Download, for free!, a hilarious essay by New York Times bestselling author Jason Mulgrew, plus get a sneak peek from his new book, 236 Pounds of Class Vice President, available February 12, 2013.

For a few "glorious" weeks, Jason Mulgrew's first book, Everything Is Wrong with Me, appeared on the New York Times bestseller list, before dropping off and returning to the deep obscurity to which it belongs. Jason Mulgrew has not been able to shut up about it since and now believes that he is qualified to write the following primer, "How to Write a New York Times Bestseller in Ten Easy Steps." Please accept our apologies in advance.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Humour with good advice 2. Mai 2014
Von GJFree
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This was fun to read. Lots of humour, plus a good insight into how publishing houses choose and advertise thier authors.
And for those thinking of writing the book that's just waiting to be published, some very useful pointers.
I would recommend this for anyone who wants some light reading and/or those with an interest in writing and Publishers.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Now I know how 29. Juli 2013
Von D. Werdin
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This Essay not only gives you an seemingly easy approach "How to.." but at the same time an inside look on the way publishing world works. What the Author did not openly say but gives an example on, is the fact, that giving the reader a sample of the book (as he does here) for free will make a reader so curious that she decides to buy the whole book. I had so much fun.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A fun read 16. Februar 2013
Von Mark Tier - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a fun read. I love the author’s voice, which comes through strongly in both the article and the following preview of his next book.

Including the four-letter words—which prompted three of the four 1-star reviews from people who found them offensive.

I’m an Australian, so my reaction is: WTF—who cares? Well…some people do. If you’re one of them, be warned.

Despite the title, it won’t teach you how to write a New York Times bestseller. But it will give you some clues, and you’ll learn a few things. Here are two that were new to me:

1. The first week’s sales of a print book—as counted by Bookscan and, therefore, the New York Times—include all PRE-orders of the book.

The conventional wisdom is that you have about three months to promote a new print book (we’re not talking eBooks here) before the bookshops clear their shelves for the next bestseller hopeful.

But if you can rack up enough pre-orders BEFORE the pub date, then you can kickstart your book onto the charts. Once it’s hit the NYT or other lists, then further weeks on those lists become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Of course, “enough” is quite a lot. The lesson: the more time you have it listed on Amazon et. al. BEFORE pub date, the better.

2. Someone—Mulgrew or Harpers, I presume—came up with a great promotional idea: Take an article, add a big chunk of your next book, turn it into an eBook and give it away.

FREE—that marketing favorite from time immemorial.

Will I buy one of his other books? Maybe. But without the free intro via this eBook, the question wouldn’t exist for me at all.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen What Book? What advice ? 7. Mai 2013
Von M. L. Olson - Veröffentlicht auf
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The first part is full of helpful advice like "you might want to get an agent" and then he tells you to ask around to see if anyone knows an agent. Its a tongue in cheek joke book ...and the want to be author is the target. None of his advice was truly helpful.
The second part is an excerpt/advertisement for his upcoming book. Thats what this "book" really is, an ad for his next book.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Does not deliver 23. Oktober 2013
Von Sandy N. - Veröffentlicht auf
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With such powerhouse tips as step 1. "Think of an idea" and step 2. "Make sure you want to do this", how could this have gone wrong? Let's count the ways.

1. The suggestions are basic pre-101 stuff at best. If you have even heard of these things called "books" you will have intuited the tips presented here.

2. The humor alternates between crude and lame.

3. 65% of the book is ads. No, this is not an exaggeration. The actual book starts at 3% and ends at 35%. The rest of the "book" is promotions for the author's other projects. With an estimated length of 36 pages, that means only 11 pages are about the stated topic. I totally support an author's right to promote their next book, but making 65% of your current book a promo is a bit extreme don't you think??

Sadly, the book isn't even worth keeping on my kindle and is scheduled for deletion as soon as I hit publish on this review.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concise, power-packed! 23. Januar 2013
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This is the greatest book on writing written in any human language that ever existed. Jason Mulgrew ranks right up there with Aristotle and lunch meat. He even gives you a free sample of an upcoming epiphany on the matters of man. OK, this is tongue-in-cheek and very entertaining. If you have the choice of reading this book or watching broadcast TV, watc-- I mean, read this book. It is very brief and worth the the ten minutes.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Superb! I enjoy this, thank you Jason. 8. Juli 2014
Von Peter Stroh - Veröffentlicht auf
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I was attracted to this because of the great intro with which had helpful advice. This book exceeded my expectations.

This book focused on specific areas of craft, and what really matters for writers. Each paragraph got me thinking about the craft and business of writing from a unique viewpoint.

The current price is amazing cheap that it mind boggles me.
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